When you have employees, you'll periodically need to send an Employment Verification Letter on their behalf. When a bank or a landlord reaches out to verify information about your employees, this Letter is an easy way to get it done.
The Letter helps you respond to requests to verify an employee's employment status or current salary. Financial institutions such as banks and lenders typically request Employment Verification Letters when an employee applies for a loan, mortgage, or to make a major purchase on credit. Landlords also may request a tenant confirm their current employment and/or salary. Other times, hiring companies will ask a potential candidate to provide proof of their former job or salary. In such cases, the company or bank will request an Employment Verification Letter from you.
Other names for this document: Verification of Employment Letter, Letter of Employment Verification, Job Verification Letter
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